EXTRA NIGHT FOR ‘BIG MAGGIE’
This Friday and Saturday nights, March 30 and 31, at 8.15 p.m. will see the staging of Big Maggie written by John B. Keane, at St Paul’s Hall, Clogheen. Tickets are available from any member of the group, or from P.J. and Margaret English,Fruit & Veg. Clogheen telephone 0877984929.
An extra fundraising night has been added, in aid of the Elizabeth and David Fund, Sunday April 1, tickets will be available from the fund committee and P.J. and Margaret English. Elizabeth and David are two young members of our community and both undergoing treatment for leukaemia.
GOOD FRIDAY 45 DRIVE
Duhill Community Council will hold their annual 45 Drive card game in Duhill Hall on Good Friday, April 6, at 9pm. Admission, including raffle,€E10. All proceeds will go to St Theresas Hospital Clogheen. Please support.
RIVER SEARCH AND RESCUE
Cahir river search and rescue will hold their annual church gate collection at Clogheen and Duhill masses this weekend. Please support.
BURNCOURT PARENT AND TODDLER GROUP
The newly formed Burncourt Parent and Toddler Group had its first gathering last week. It was well supported and we will be meeting on Wednesday mornings from 10.30am until 12.30pm. All new members welcome. Further information contact Mags Keating 086 3241169 ,Marian Butler 087 9675342.
BRIAN BORU’S CAMOGIE
Training is now taking place in the GAA pitch in Ballylooby on Tuesdays. U8/10 - 6.45pm to 7pm, U12/14s - 7pm to 8pm.
Our player of the week this week is: Rosaleen, well done Rosaleen keep up the good work!
BRIAN BORU’S FOOTBALL
Training for u12s, u10s and u8s is on in Clogheen GAA pitch at 6pm Thursday. Everyone to attend.
Our u12s took part in the Munster Ladies Football Go Games blitz in Newtownshandrum on Saturday. A great day was had by all who attended. The girls played with great skill and displayed excellent team work. In our group we played Eire Og, Donoughmore, Mullinahone and Ballincollig. Our u16’s started their championship last Monday, with a game against Fethard. This is a very young team and under the circumstances of various injuries the girls produced a good performance. Unfortunately Fethard were the stronger team and deserved to win on the day. Team manager Garreth Byrne is currently preparing them for their next game, so it’s important all girls attend training.
FR SHEEHY’S JUVENILE GAA
Under 10. Fr. Sheehy’s u10 footballers are taking part in a blitz this Saturday in Clogheen with neighbouring clubs Ballylooby, Newcastle and Ballyporeen.
Under 12. Well done to the u12 football team who had a good win over Moyle Rovers in the opening game of the Premier Games by 5-7 to 1-2 in Clogheen last Sunday evening. Cormac Flynn, Conor Walsh and hat-trick hero Dylan O’ Brien were the top performers for the Sheehy’s on the night.
Under 16. The u16 footballers took on Carrick Davins last Sunday in Clogheen in r ound two of the championship. A brilliant second quarter led by Ben Hyland who scored 1-6 saw Sheehy’s seven points ahead at the break, but the Davins dominated for much of the game only for poor finishing to let them down. Final score, Fr. Sheehy’s 1-11 ; Davins 2-5.
Under 14. Well done to Fr. Sheehy’s u14 players James Conway and Colin English who played for the winning South Tipperary u14 football team in the inter divisional tournament in Ballylooby on the Bank Holiday Monday, with James in goal and Colin in the forwards scoring 3-3 in the tournament.
FR SHEEHY’S GAA CLUB
The intermediate Hurling championship will begin on the week end of 7/8 April when we play Ballyneale. We played Buttevant in a challenge last Thursday night under lights in Kildorrery in preparation for this.
Scrap Metal Collection.
Our scrap metal fundraiser will be extended into April. Scrap metal can be dropped to the pitch at the allocated point behind the goals of the new field.